Developer will use driverless electric cars to build pedestrian-friendly community

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The proposed 1,700-unit community would be built in five phases

November 06, 2015

Developer Accretive Investments Inc.’s Lilac Hills Ranch near San Diego would use driverless electric cars controlled by software apps to operate as a pedestrian-friendly community. 

The development will feature a village-style approach with every home within a 10-minute walk to the grocery store and village center. The proposed 1,700-unit community would be built in five phases. If approved by permitting authorities, it would include a K-8 school, a 50-room country inn, senior center, water-reclamation plant and other amenities.

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